Allusion to the Poets
Oxford University Press, 2002 - 345 Seiten
Christopher Ricks is among the best known living critics. His third collection of essays, several newly written for this book, is strongly focused on the theme of how writers--especially but not exclusively poets--make use of other writers' work: from the subtle courtesies of different kinds of allusion to the extreme discourtesy of plagiarism.
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